Page 25 of 26

CELEBRATE! profile: James Burns ‘10

April 28, 2010

It’s a new area of research – “whole body vibration” – that exercise sports scientists are exploring. Can standing on a machine that sends rapid vibrations through a body make an athlete run faster or jump higher? James Burns ’10 wanted to find out. Burns' work is the second in a series of E-net profiles that showcase Elon undergraduate research during CELEBRATE! 2010.

Caroline Ketcham publishes co-authored article

February 25, 2010

Caroline J. Ketcham, assistant professor of exercise science recently, published a co-authored article, "Identifying leading joint strategies in a bimanual coordination task: Does coordination stability depend on leading joint strategy," in the January 2010 volume of Journal of Motor Behavior.

Exercise Science student wins research award at regional conference

February 17, 2010

Fourteen Exercise Science students attended the Southeast American College of Sports Medicine meeting Feb. 11-13 in Greenville, N.C. Exercise Science faculty Barry Beedle, Wally Bixby, Joyce Davis, Eric Hall, Paul Miller and Health and Human Performance faculty member Liz Bailey also attended the conference.

Miller and Hall publish article with alumni

May 4, 2009

Paul C. Miller, professor of exercise science, and Eric E. Hall, associate professor of exercise science, have published an article, “The Influence of Muscle Action on Heart Rate, RPE, and Affective Responses After Upper-Body Resistance Exercise” in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, Vol. 23(2): 366-372. Elon exercise science alumni Elizabeth A. Chmelo, Jeffrey M. Morrison, Rachel E. DeWitt, and Christine M. Kostura were co-authors on this publication.